One of your headlight bulbs is most likely burnt out. Being halogen they have two different filaments, the regular filament is burnt while the high beam one is not. Pull each bulb out to see which one it is, that way you only replace one. Your car manual should show you how to accomplish this.
cause its a civic that Honda makes
Cause it does
A bad tire can cause your 2002 Honda Civic to jerk while driving. A bad ball joint can also cause this issue.
no cause they are different years, model changed.
Terrible engineering that's why it's a Honda
If by "dim headlights" you mean low-beams... the bulbs are bad and must be replaced.
If a 2001 Honda Civic will not go into gear, the problem is probably the transmission. Otherwise, it may be the shift mechanism that is the cause.
Your 1994 Honda Civic will overheat when the thermostat is malfunctioning. The overheated engine can experience the idle to surge. The engine should be turned off immediately.
Probably age at this point.
I have same issue ill start the car and parts of my clusterlights are dark but will randomly brighten once it feels like it headlights do the same thing also my right blinker stops working randomly
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A bad ground wire will cause dim headlights, or will cause lights not to work.
The Honda Civic loses idle at stop due to not have consistent air flow. The engine will run too lean and cause the car to shut off.
To find the cause of the low beams not working, start with the bulb to make sure both are ok. Check the dimmer switch, and the wiring from the switch to the headlights.
For a 2001 Honda Civic, the P0730 code means there is an issue with the shift control system. Dirty transmission fluid is one of the many things that can cause this code.
Maybe the airfilter
The pump in the cooling system of an automobile that cause the water to circulate.
bad light switch.
Hello, It sounds like you may need a new Indicator/turn signal Switch.
A bad muffler on a 96 civic could cause loud exhaust noise. The muffler could cause hard starting if it is stopped up.
Tires and/or wheels may be out of balance
a wire could have came loose
A common cause for a stalling 1996 Honda Civic is a vacuum leak. Check the vacuum diagram for the vehicle and is if there are any leaking air lines.